Austimber

The timber's hard ............ Everything else is easy!!

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Decking and Screens

AusTimber manufactures decking and screens in many hardwood species and sizes.

From shade battens to outdoor decking, cladding or fencing screens, we can manufacture virtually any outdoor timber product.


Standard size decking (135 x 22 & 85 x 19) or special size (made to order) are readily available in a range of durable Australian hardwood species that includes Ironbark, Blackbutt, Spotted Gum, Brushbox, Sydney Bluegum, Tallowwood & Turpentine.

Colour preferences can be catered to with a range of red, brown or white timbers available and many timbers are highly suited to leave and weather off to a grey finish if that is your thing.

Grey decking
 

Don’t forget to enquire about Austimber’s pre-coating service ………
 

Spotted Gum in harsh environment by sea
Spotted Gum Decking
85 x 19 Tallowwood decking
Tallowwood Decking
Spotted Gum decking 85 x 19
Spotted Gum Decking
Blackbutt Decking - Prince Street Cronulla
Blackbutt Decking
Blackbutt Decking - Arc by Crown
Blackbutt Decking

 


We can manufacture "wide-board" decking up to 280mm wide if required.

 

AusTimber have a dedicated production line just for decking & screening products and we can manufacture any size from 20 x 20 up to 280 x 42 to your requirements at a few days notice.

Absolutely any detailed profile can be machined - why not email over a sketch and chances are we have made it before and can arrange a sample.
 

Internal slat (or batten) screening can also be made in American Oak, Western Red Cedar, and Victorian Ash / Tasmanian Oak.
 

Hardwood Decking - Turpentine, Grey Ironbark, Spotted Gum, Grey Box, Blackbutt, Tallowwood& Jarrah

Decking

Decorative and durable hardwood timber screens for use in any situation

Screens

Blaxland Park SOPA Blackbutt screen battens

Blaxland Park SOPA

Wesley College - Spotted Gum decking

Wesley College Pavilion

Blackbutt screen cladding - Garie Beach Surf Club

Garie Beach SLSC

                     

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